WWE Hall Of Famer Jim Ross is a legend in the pro wrestling business as he made a name for himself as a commentator in WWE, being part of the most iconic moments in the company’s history.
Back in 1993, Ross worked with WWE Hall Of Famer Randy Savage as part of the commentary team at WrestleMania IX and at the King of the Ring pay-per-views and also on a few episodes of Monday Night RAW.
However, it seems the two didn’t have the best of relationships. While speaking on his Grilling JR podcast, Jim Ross revealed that he and Randy Savage didn’t get along well at all, adding that Savage had major trust issues.
“Randy and I did not get along well, but neither of us went out of our way to embellish that emotion. I’ve always said he was an amazingly talented in-ring performer, and he was. Really, really good, but Randy’s issue was he didn’t trust anybody.”
Randy Savage is regarded as one of the best pro wrestlers to have ever laced up a pair of boots in the pro wrestling world and his contributions to the business speak for themselves. However he had his own personal issues which ultimately made life difficult for him.